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Araentine ant management in cherimoyas

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Phil P. Phillips , Ventura County
Ronald S. Bekey, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties
George E. Goodall, Santa Barbara County

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California Agriculture 41(3):8-9.

Published March 01, 1987

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Spot application of insecticide kept Argentine ants from disrupting biological mealy bug control.

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The authors thank the Brown family in Carpenteria for the use of their orchard; Dr. Lyle Gaston, Division of Toxicology, University of California, Riverside, for donation of the Amdro bait; and Tak Iwata, Department of Entomology, UC Riverside, for chlorpyrifos residue analysis. They also thank Jerry Davidson, Agricultural Commissioner's Office, Santa Barbara County, and Mary Fergusen and Harold Alford, IR-4 program, for their valuable suggestions and cooperation.

Araentine ant management in cherimoyas

Phil P. Phillips, Ronald S. Bekey, George E. Goodall
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Araentine ant management in cherimoyas

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Authors

Phil P. Phillips , Ventura County
Ronald S. Bekey, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties
George E. Goodall, Santa Barbara County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(3):8-9.

Published March 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Spot application of insecticide kept Argentine ants from disrupting biological mealy bug control.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank the Brown family in Carpenteria for the use of their orchard; Dr. Lyle Gaston, Division of Toxicology, University of California, Riverside, for donation of the Amdro bait; and Tak Iwata, Department of Entomology, UC Riverside, for chlorpyrifos residue analysis. They also thank Jerry Davidson, Agricultural Commissioner's Office, Santa Barbara County, and Mary Fergusen and Harold Alford, IR-4 program, for their valuable suggestions and cooperation.


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